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  Pale ale
Pale ale is generally a light beer, similar to a light mild ale, only usually dryer and with a distinctive hoppy taste.
English pale ales are golden or copper coloured rather than pale, as the term pale was used to distinguish them from dark porters.
India Pale Ale is a British pale ale made for export to India.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/pa/Pale_ale.html   (91 words)

  
 India Pale Ale - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
India ale was a variation of his pale ale, which Londoners had been drinking since the mid-1750s.
In the same period, brewers that wanted to export pale ale from England to Russia were facing the same problem of avoiding the rotting of the beer, thus they increased the hop and the alcoholic strength of the beer, obtaining the so called Imperial Pale ale.
Also known as Imperial IPAs, perhaps in reference to the Russian Imperial Stout, a much stronger version of the English Stout, these beers are essentially India Pale Ales with higher amounts of malt and hops.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/India_Pale_Ale   (1393 words)

  
 Pinternet.net: Beer - Alexander Keith's India Pale Ale   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
India Pale Ale, is light in color and hopped in flavor.
Only the lightest and finest barleys, giving a pale malt, are used while the amount of hops are increased so as to give a pronounced hop flavor, all in a water somewhat "harder" than that used for mild ales and stouts.
India Pale Ale, was originally brewed specially for the British troops in India, with the quality of its ingredients and the preservative effect of hops keeping it fresh on the long sea voyage down the coast of Africa, around Cape of Good Hope and up the Indian Ocean.
members.tripod.com /pinternet/en/bier/bieren/alexanderkeiths/indiapaleale.html   (153 words)

  
 GlocalBeer - India Pale Ale
India pale ale er en relativ alkoholstærk og meget bitter øl, og det er netop disse to faktorer, der karakteriserer øltypen.
Da IPA oprinder fra Pale Ale ligger IPA i samme farveinterval dvs.
Skabelsen af india pale ale løste et stort problem for såvel de engelske bryggere, de udstationerede soldater og kolonister og de mange matroser på skibene, der var tvunget til at slukke tørsten i rom blandet med sukker, vand eller citronsaft.
www.glocalbeer.dk /encyklopaedi/oeltype/overgaerede/india_pale_ale.htm   (1392 words)

  
 Roger Protz on India Pale ale
As a result, it is easy to overlook the catalytic importance of the pale ales produced in Britain early in the 19th century.
IPAs were too strong for everyday drinking and pale ales, lower in alcohol and hops, were developed for the domestic market.
As it is brewed with pale malt and brewing sugar, has a respectable strength of 4.5% and is well hopped, it should truly be labelled pale ale rather than bitter.
www.beer-pages.com /protz/features/IPA.htm   (1280 words)

  
 Pale ale - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pale ale is a term used to describe a variety of beers which use ale yeast and predominantly pale malts.
Pale ale was a term used for beers made from malt dried with coke.
Later in the second half of the nineteenth century, the recipe for pale ale was put into use by the Burton upon Trent brewers, notably Bass; ales from Burton were considered of a particularly high quality due to synergy between the malt and hops in use and local water chemistry, especially the presence of gypsum.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Pale_ale   (791 words)

  
 BT - India Pale Ale, Part I: IPA and Empire--Necessity and Enterprise give Birth to a Style
Hodgson's pale ales were some of the first beers in the world that were paler than fl or brown.
Brewers in the northeastern United States brewed pale ales with original gravities between 1.060 and 1.076 during this period and labeled them as India Pale Ale, enabling them to cash in on the lucrative export trade at a time when ale consumption in the United States was declining because of the lager revolution.
Ales were in decline well before Prohibition; cream ale was invented as a counter to pale lagers.
www.brewingtechniques.com /library/styles/2_2style.html   (4113 words)

  
 Ale Beers | India Pale Ale | Trappist Ale
The type of yeast used in ale beers is called 'top fermenting' due to its tendency to float near the top of the fermentation tank.
Techniques used to make ale beers can be traced back through the centuries and with that much time for experimenting, it is not surprising that there should be such a wide choice.
It was brought to India during the eighteenth century and is heavier on hops.
www.alkenmrs.com /beer/ale-beer.html   (591 words)

  
 Meantime Brewing - India Pale Ale
At home the temperance movement was trying to destroy the trade by rationing and reducing the number of pubs, so that the brewers were forced to invest their capital, not in coppers and casks but the bricks and mortar of public houses.
The added sparkle that bottle conditioning produced, plus the premium nature of bottled beer, and the growing size of the middle classes, who were its core market, gave non-Burton brewers the opportunity to replicate the style of mass distributed Burton beers with which they could not directly compete in the draught market.
The medium, comprises the lighter stouts, superior bitter beers, mild or fourpence ale, which latter is still the beverage of the working classes, and porter.
www.india-pale-ale.com /rise.html   (609 words)

  
 The Cellar Homebrew - Brewing and Winemaking Suppliers
The true celebration of the hop is called India Pale Ale, and you don't need to be anywhere near the fields of Washington to attend.
The notion of IPA journeying for many moons around the Cape of Good Hope to India, all the while sealed up in oak barrels, suggest to many that oak flavor and tannins must play a part in historical interpretations of the style.
Because an IPA is made with fully modified pale malt and little or no specialty grains, a single-step infusion mash at 150-158 F for one hour is all that is required for English Pale.
www.cellar-homebrew.com /indiapaleale.htm   (2177 words)

  
 India Pale Ale
India Pale Ales are fast becoming the most popular style of craft beer in America.
India Pale Ales were originally brewed in England for export to India at the end of the 18th century.
The original English IPAs were strong, very hoppy beers, weighing in at about 7-10% ABV and estimated by modern science to contain an enormous 100 International Bitterness Units (IBU) of isomerized alpha acid (the hop substance that makes beer bitter).
www.evansale.com /india-pale-ale-article.html   (1299 words)

  
 BT - India Pale Ale, Part II: The Sun Never Sets--
Michael Jackson, for example, refers to IPA as a "super-premium pale ale" (1).
IPAs were brewed with hard water, so the flavor profile should reflect high mineral content, which may be accomplished with hard water and a crisp hop bitterness.
The water for brewing India Pale Ales should mimic the water of the Burton region -- hard water full of mineral salts (Table I).
www.brewingtechniques.com /library/styles/2_3style.html   (3666 words)

  
 Epinions.com - IPA Not: McEwan's India Pale Ale
McEwan’s IPA, formerly known as McEwan’s Export, is a self-styled India Pale Ale brewed in Edinburgh, Scotland by Scottish Courage, perhaps better known here in the United States for their Newcastle Brown Ale.
Pale ale being shipped from the mother country to the troops in India was observed to spoil readily during its long ocean voyage.
Ironically, though this style was born in Britain many English beers labeled India Pale Ale that you’ll find on American beer store shelves today have little in common with their ancestors of yore.
www.epinions.com /content_2424217732   (506 words)

  
 Press: Grant's India Pale Ale   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Grant's IPA actually comes from Yakima Brewing Company, in Yakima, Wash. IPA's mean hops, and lots of them, and attentive "beeraphiles" should instantly recognize Yakima as the country's premier hop growing region.
IPAs tend to be higher alcohol brews, and you'll commonly find examples in the 6-plus percent range.
The color in the beer is somewhat light, perhaps divulging its pale ale ancestry.
www.anchoragepress.com /archives/documente376.html   (1060 words)

  
 Beer: BridgePort India Pale Ale
These ales were crafted in the style of English beers, bitters, porters, stouts and India pale ales.
BridgePort India Pale Ale, the flagship in a marvelous line of brews, is a fine example of the transformation of a venerable British style.
India pales ales were known for their pleasing bitterness.
www.austin360.com /restaurants/content/restaurants/xl/2005/04/beer_04-14-05.html   (391 words)

  
 Harpoon IPA—Our Flagship - Harpoon Brewery
Harpoon IPA is an interpretation of the classic English style using hops and malt produced in the United States.
Along with the third malt, a 2-row pale, there is an abundance of fermentable sugar to be converted into alcohol, which accounts for the relatively high original gravity.
The high hopping of Harpoon IPA is not only noticeable in the nose but especially in the finish.
www.harpoonbrewery.com /index.cfm?pid=28507   (246 words)

  
 India Pale Ale
Known as either India Pale Ale, or more simply IPA, the origin of both Pale and India Pale Ale dates to the late 1700's and a revolution in brewing.
To differentiate it from pale it was bestowed with the name of its destination, thus the birth of what's known as India Pale Ale.
Of course India Pales are exceptional alone and though many drinkers favor them in winter they're enjoyable year round, and to paraphrase...
www.northamericanbrewers.org /india_pale_ale.htm   (816 words)

  
 Michael Jackson's Beer Hunter - Lassi comes home
IPA is so-called from the days when shiploads of British beer were sent to expatriates In the Indian empire
Fuller's India Pale Ale, from London, has an aromatic suggestion of lemon pith and a spritzy crisp, dry finish.
Usher's India Pale Ale, from Wiltshire, is scenty, with a grassy, seaweedy gritty dryness.
www.beerhunter.com /documents/19133-000723.html   (560 words)

  
 Williamsburg AleWerks
Brewed with copious amounts of Cascade and Amarillo hops, this IPA is balanced nicely with a strong malt body.
Brewed originally as the beer ration for British troops in India, it was preserved with extra hops and higher alcohol for the long sea voyage.
India Pale Ale, IPA as it is usually referred to, has become America’s second most popular microbrewery style.
www.williamsburgalewerks.com /ipa.htm   (76 words)

  
 14. India Pale Ale (IPA) - BJCP Style Guidelines
English pale ales were derived from India Pale Ales.
The term "IPA" is loosely applied in commercial English beers today, and has been (incorrectly) used in beers below 4% ABV.
Category may be stretched to cover historical and modern American stock ales that are stronger, hoppier ales without the malt intensity of barleywines.
www.bjcp.org /styles04/Category14.html   (1422 words)

  
 Saint Arnold Elissa IPA
A traditional India Pale Ale, the Elissa IPA is very hoppy with a properly balanced malty body.
IPAs were first brewed in the late 1700s in England for transport to the British colony of India.
A small portion of Elissa IPA is routinely drained from the fermenters, dry-hopped, cask-conditioned, and delivered to select local pubs and served from old-fashioned beer engines.
www.saintarnold.com /products/profiles/elissa.html   (450 words)

  
 beer-pages.com - origins of pale ale and india pale ale
A beer called 'India Ale' was brewed at Bow Bridge in east London from the 1780s by George Hodgson and his son, Mark.
When samples of India Pale Ale found their way on to the British market, there was a clamour for it, in particular from the new middle class of office workers, teachers and civil servants.
The result was a scaled-down version, with less alcohol and hops, that was called simply Pale Ale and was the forerunner of the style known as Bitter that developed early in the 20th century.
www.beer-pages.com /protz/features/origins-pale-ale.htm   (747 words)

  
 7. India Pale Ale   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Comments: A pale ale that was brewed to an increased gravity and hop rate.
Ingredients: Pale ale malt (well-modified and suitable for single-temperature infusion mashing); English hops were used in the original versions, but American hop varieties have found a place in many modern interpretations.
Classic IPA is true to the original: amber-red, bursting with hops, and plenty heavy.
www.beerstyles.com /ipa.htm   (621 words)

  
 India Pale Ale Beer Recipes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Pale ales range from amber to copper-brown in color and combine a distinct bitterness with malt-based sweetness.
India Pale Ales were were first brewed to be transported to India and are high in hops with a moderate malt content.
This ale is light in color, but full-bodied.
www.myownbeer.com /recipes/pale-ale.php   (389 words)

  
 English India Pale Ale
English India Pale Ale originated as a mistreated ale that traveled the great distances to the Indian portion of the Empire by ship, always in oak barrels and always in for a bumpy ride.
This ale is a stronger version of a Bitter, designed to ferment during its lengthy journey.
The carbonation and head retention are in accordance with Pale Ale.
www.ebrew.com /amber_ales/english_india_pale_ale.htm   (145 words)

  
 "India Pale Ale" - Shopping.com
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www.shopping.com /xGS-India_Pale_Ale   (508 words)

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